WWE Raw (1993– )
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Uncut, Uncooked, Uncensored 

From the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center in New York City, New York U.S.A. it's WWF Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels vs. Max Moon; The Executioners vs. The Steiner Brothers; Damien Demento vs. The Undertaker; and much more.

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Crush
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Yokozuna
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Himself
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The Undertaker
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Tatanka
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Mike Chioda - Referee
Paul Diamond ...
Max Moon
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'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan
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Himself - Ring Announcer
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Mr. Fuji
Duane Gill ...
Executioner Pain
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Razor Ramon
Barry Hardy ...
Executioner Agony
Jim Harris ...
Kamala
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Bret 'The Hitman' Hart
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From the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center in New York City, New York U.S.A. it's WWF Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels vs. Max Moon; The Executioners vs. The Steiner Brothers; Damien Demento vs. The Undertaker; and much more.

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11 January 1993 (USA)  »

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In the dark match after the show, Crush d. Bam Bam Bigelow by disqualification when Doink the Clown interfered. See more »

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Featured in WWE: Raw Tenth Anniversary (2003) See more »

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It would definitely get better, but not at the start
27 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

Since WWE Network recently sprang to life (with more than a few hiccups), I thought it would be apropos to review a bit of what they have to offer.

Raw got off to a rocky start in its own way as Vince McMahon, Macho Man, and Bob Bartlett commentate and tell jokes through a few fairly unremarkable matches, while Bobby Heenan tries in vain to enter the arena.

All in all, the first episode is only notable as a historic curiosity. It says all it needs to when the highlight of the night is.....Doink. Haha, but yes Raw took a little bit to hit its stride...


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